Ex-Inmates Complete Newark Intervention Program

January 30, 2020

Nancy Wolff, Rutgers University distinguished professor, discussed three factors that influence a program’s effectiveness. The type of treatment is less important than how a facilitator delivers the treatment, Wolff says. If a facilitator is consistent, present and makes participants feel safe and trusted, the program will be more effective. Most importantly, however, is the participant’s willingness to show up and be open toward the program.

TAPinto.net, January 16, 2020

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